Josh Liddick is the editor of Sixerdelphia for Sports Talk Philly, and writes about the Sixers for 97.3 ESPN. He graduated from Kutztown University in 2017 with a degree in Communications. He is a four-time award winning college radio host. Josh also works part-time as a Sports Writer for the Reading Eagle in Reading, Pa. You can follow Josh on Twitter @JoshLiddickTalk.
Source: Sixers draftee Bolden may stay overseas next season
According to David Pick, the Sixers' 2017 draft & stash pick will likely stay in Israel for the 2018-19 season, with big potential to come over in 2019-20.
Sam Hinkie would welcome NBA return if right opportunity came
Former Sixers GM Sam Hinkie doesn't know what odds are of returning to the NBA, but there's a "real" chance he doesn't.
Three billboards in Cleveland attempt to lure LeBron to Sixers
A local Philly company purchased billboards along the I-480 in Cleveland to attract the King to leave his kingdom and take his talents to South Philly.
Embiid told Giannis he should come play for the Sixers
#GiannisToPhilly? Joel Embiid seems to have set his sights on his team acquiring Antetokounmpo.
Embiid’s All-Star selection a testament to his dedication
The Sixers superstar center's determination to get to an All-Star level in his second season cannot be understated.
Colangelo’s Presser Headlined by Frustrating Report on Fultz
In his first presser in two month Sixers GM Bryan Colangelo gave his version of a "transparent" update on Markelle Fultz a day after "standing pat" at the NBA Trade Deadline.
Embiid “not far away” from playing back-to-back games
Sixers head coach Brett Brown told the media on Wednesday that the Sixers' superstar center is closing in on being able to play back-to-backs.
Fultz practiced in full contact 5-on-5 drills Sunday
The Sixers' rookie point guard inched closer to a return from a shoulder injury.
Report: Embiid will travel to Toronto with Sixers
The Sixers' center will travel with the team to Toronto for their second straight game against the Raptors after missing his last three games due to back tightness.
Sixers getting exactly what they paid for in Amir Johnson
The Sixers were looking for leadership when they signed Johnson in July, and they got that and so much more.